Annabelle Ewing MSP welcomes the news that Asda, Dalgety Bay will be donating 10 laptops and data bundles to Park Road Primary...
Below is a direct quote from the Scottish Parliament Website.
"That the Parliament recognises the recent partnership between Asda and Dell Technologies, through which they intend to donate 7,000 laptops to partner schools across the UK to tackle digital exclusion; notes that 9% of children in the UK do not have access to a laptop or device, and welcomes the news that Asda, Dalgety Bay will be donating 10 laptops and data bundles to Park Road Primary School in Cowdenbeath."
We have published this article in good faith, but here is a correction Park Road Primary School is not in Cowdenbeath it is in Rosyth. Please see the original item published on the Scottish Parliament website see link and image
"Ministry of Defence playing Start Date Roulette" says Cllr David Barratt about Dalgety Bay Beach clean-up. Story and image via Dunfermline Press.
SCOTTISH environment bosses have confirmed long-awaited Dalgety Bay clean-up works are unlikely to start until later in the summer despite public access already being restricted at the coast.
Local councillor David Barratt (SNP) has said the Ministry of Defence is playing “start date roulette” ahead of the operation to remove radioactive materials from the beach.
Compass in Dalgety Bay to reopen as an outdoor service from the 26th of April. See story and image from the Herald www.heraldscotland.com/business_hq/19195657.green-king-reopen-51-premises-scotland-full-list/
These pubs will re-open from the King Greene Group
- Central Bar (St Andrews)
- Compass (Dalgety Bay)
- Home Farm View (Kirkcaldy)
A man entered an Elderly Rosyth Woman's home in Walter Hay Court on Monday 22 March. Story via Fife Today.
"Officers have been conducting enquiries into the incident, and we are now appealing to members of the public for information who may have information in connection."
"We are asking for motorists who were in the area around the time of the incident and have a dash-cam to check their footage as they may have captured something which could assist our enquiries."
"Anyone with information is asked to call Police Scotland via 101, quoting incident number 3027 of 22 March 2021. Alternatively, please call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where you can pass on information anonymously."
Couston Drive Lock-ups to be demolished by Fife Council and replaced by bin storage see full story courtesy of Dunfermline Press
In West Fife, there are proposed demolitions at Couston Drive in Dalgety Bay (for a bin storage area), Ramsey Place in Rosyth (for additional parking) and Headwell Avenue in Dunfermline (as part of wider regeneration in the area).
Donibristle Primary Nursery Shed damaged by vandals
See full Story in the Dunfermline Press www.dunfermlinepress.com/news/19199640.nursery-shed-vandalised-drugs-evidence-found/
A SHED played in by nursery children at Donibristle Primary School is out of action after it was damaged by vandals and evidence of drug use was found.
The incident happened earlier this month and police have appealed to parents for their co-operation and warned vandals that they'll be checking the school's CCTV.
Headteacher Karyn Rennie said: "It has been very frustrating and heartbreaking but we're working very closely with Police Scotland.
"We're not going to repair the damage at the moment until they've stopped coming in but it means the children can't use the shed, which is the most upsetting thing.